The basic way in which wind produces energy is by causing the blades of a turbine to spin, which then causes a generator to run. See this site for a more detailed explanation: http://www.greenlivingtips.com/articles/65/1/How-wind-turbines-work.html
Wind is a form of kinetic energy that we have managed to turn into potential energy in the form of electricity. Wind is really moving particles of air that have the power to spin the blades, causing rotational energy.
The wind spins the blades of a windmill that then spins a turbine. The turbine has a shaft on which metal wire is wrapped and spinning perpendicularly to magnets. Using the right-hand rule, this creates moving electrons, which is electricity. The electricity is then harnessed and used for energy and power.
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